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Barry Weitzner, Gary S Rogers, Albert Solbjor: Coaxial catheter system. Hansen Medical, Vista IP Law Group, August 3, 2010: US07766894 (243 worldwide citation)

A robotic medical system and method of performing a medical procedure are provided. The robotic medical system comprises a user interface configured for receiving commands, an electromechanical driver configured for being coupled to outer and inner catheters having proximal and distal balloons, a ba ...


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Barry Weitzner, Gary S Rogers, Albert Solbjor: Coaxial catheter system. Hansen Medical, Vista IP Law Group, May 29, 2012: US08187229 (28 worldwide citation)

A medical system comprises a first medical probe having indicia, and a second medical probe in a coaxial arrangement with the first medical probe. The second medical probe has a detector (e.g., an optical detector) configured for detecting a passage of the indicia as the first and second medical pro ...


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Barry Weitzner, Gary S Rogers, Albert Solbjor: Coaxial catheter system. Hansen Medical, Vista IP Law Group, June 1, 2010: US07727185 (12 worldwide citation)

A robotic medical system comprises a user interface configured for receiving at least one command, a first drive mechanism configured for receiving the outer medical implement, a second drive mechanism configured for receiving the inner medical implement, a linear drive arrangement (e.g., one of a d ...


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Gary S Rogers: Sutureless wound closure and method of application. David M Driscoll Esq, April 13, 2010: US07696399 (7 worldwide citation)

A sutureless biopsy closure that includes an adhesive member adapted to be disposed over a biopsy region prior to the performance of the biopsy; at least one adhesive strip including one end supported on the adhesive member and a second free end forming a tab. The tab is adapted to extend over the b ...


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Barry Weitzner, Gary S Rogers, Albert Solbjor: Coaxial catheter system. Han Sen Medical, Vista IP Law Group, June 7, 2011: US07955316 (6 worldwide citation)

A robotic medical system for use with an intravascular catheter that delivers fluid within an anatomical vessel is provided. The robotic medical system comprises a user interface configured for receiving at least one command, an electromechanical driver configured for being coupled to the catheter, ...


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Barry D Weitzner, Gary S Rogers, Albert Solbjor, Dwight Meglan, Robert Ailinger, David L Brock, Woojin Lee, David Driscoll: Robotic medical instrument system. Hansen Medical, Vista IP Law Group, June 14, 2011: US07959557 (4 worldwide citation)

A method of performing a medical procedure on a patient comprises introducing a medical instrument into a patient (e.g., percutaneously), conveying control signals from a remote controller to a drive unit, and operating the drive unit in accordance with the control signals to actuate the tool locate ...


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Barry Weitzner, Gary S Rogers, Albert Solbjor: Coaxial catheter system. Hansen Medical, Vista IP Law Group, December 10, 2013: US08603068

A drive mechanism for use with an elongated medical implement comprises a motor, a first pulley mechanically coupled to the motor, and a second pulley. The drive mechanism further comprises a connector mechanically coupled to the second pulley. The connector is configured for laterally receiving the ...


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Barry D Weitzner, Gary S Rogers, Albert Solbjor, Dwight Meglan, Robert Ailinger, David L Brock, Woojin Lee, David Driscoll: Robotic medical instrument system. Hansen Medical, Vista IP Law Group, March 18, 2014: US08671950

A method of performing a medical procedure (e.g., a cardiac bypass procedure) on a patient comprises introducing at least one medical instrument into a patient (e.g., percutaneously), conveying control signals from a remote controller to a drive unit, and operating the drive unit in accordance with ...


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Gary S Rogers: Continuous low irradiance photodynamic therapy method. Nutter McClennen & Fish, November 19, 2013: US08585707

Systems and methods are providing for treating a patient with continuous low irradiance photodynamic therapy. A disclosed method includes applying a photosensitizer to the patient; applying a conformable skin facing light applicator to the patient; and providing continuous low irradiance photodynami ...


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Gary S Rogers, Samuel L Hill, Thomas A Dowling: Continuous low irradiance photodynamic therapy light bandage. ROGERS SCIENCES, Gesmer Updegrove, October 2, 2018: US10086212

A system for photodynamic therapy is provided that includes a light delivery device that delivers the illumination necessary to perform photodynamic therapy. The light delivery device includes one or more etched fibers arranged to illuminate a selective region of a body for photodynamic therapy. An ...